Feigning ignorance is Trollish behavior.
I should fit right in here then!
One of the things that was pointed out was that red states had a higher rate of single moms.
It also pointed out that when many pro lifers learned that Sarah Palins daughter was single and expecting that pro lifers pointed to her as a good example for the pro life movement since she chose to give birth. The pro life movement was ok with the fact that
Bristol was not going to marry the father of child and even praised her for not getting married to him.
It should be interesting to see what will happen when it's challenged in court, since it does technically restrict abortion in the 1st trimester which goes against Roe vs. Wade.
If you build a man a fire, he'll be warm for a day.
If you set a man on fire, he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
There was a study done last year in St. Louis where over 9,000 high risk women ( many of them Poor ) were offered Free birth control ( the study was privately funded) of their choice. Long term " goof proof" BC such as the The IUD or implant usually has an up front of $800 to $900 but when given the choice many of the women choose the long the term ones. The birth rates of these teens were cut drastically . It was IIRC less than 10 ( i think it was about 6 point something) compared to a national average of 32.
Abortions were cut down to about one forth of what the national average was.
There is also a long term BC for men which is currently available in Europe and shows a lot of promise.
It is an injection IIRC that causes the sperm to be caught in a gel like substance and renders the male infertile for up to about 10 years. when the male decides he would to have a child he gets a reversal shot and within 3 months he has reached his festival capabilities again. These studies have been conducted over 20 years and were found safe in both animals and humans with no side effects.
The right to privacy became a precedent when a case was brought before the Supreme Court in the mid 1960's that required That couples got counseling before they could use BC. The Supreme Court ruled those couples had a " right to privacy " and they could decide how many children they wanted, how many years they chose to space their children apart etc.
Your signature seems pretty sick to me. Would this be the correct interpretation?:
"Every Child deserves to be wanted and loved, or get rid of it." There was a time in this country when killing unborn children was frowned on. The culture crisis is alarming. Red freakin' alert people.
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As I mentioned before I am a mother to 4 grown children.
I had 6 pregnancies, 4 children and two miscarriages.
My 2 miscarriages were between my second and third children.
One was an early miscarriage at about 5 to 6 weeks gestation.
I was about 20 weeks gestation when I had my second miscarriage.
I went to the ER when I had early labor pains hoping they could stop the labor and that the pregnancy would continue and I would give birth to a healthy baby. The nurse took a pregnancy test and told me that I was no longer pregnant.
My OB was out of town and the OB who was covering for him did not want to in that day so they shot me full of meds hoping to stop the labor. They took to a room with other women who had given birth to healthy babies. When I was transferring from the gurney to my bed the fetus was expelled and I accidentally saw how deformed it was. My doctor told me that the fetus would never have been viable even if I had carried it longer.
That fetus was never a child or a person.
It never would have been a child.
It was a miscarriage in making from the day I conceived.
I love children and I wish that every child had a loving home.
I am concerned about the children who are caught in child protective services and long for a loving home.
That is what my signature means....i wish all those Children would be adopted into loving homes...
Every child deserves to be wanted and loved.